18 years, 5,000 cases
To date, I have represented thousands of individuals including doctors, athletes, entertainers and even lawyers. I attribute my success to my compassion, empathy and fearlessness.
Each client that I represent has issues that are generally the most important affair in their life at that time. I never lose sight of that fact and try and not only make myself available to field inquiries, but am honest with my clients, rather than just telling them what they want to hear.
At the age of 15, I began to attend college. I was plunged in a room with adults at a young age and forced to compete with those who had much more life experience. Not only did I compete with students much older than me, I became active against racial profiling and other civil rights. At the age of 20 I went to law school to study law at Temple University.
There was never a doubt that I would be fighting for the rights of individuals as I began working in various law offices six years before graduating law school. While in law school, I volunteered my time with local high schools teaching trial advocacy. At the age of 23, I was one of the youngest in recent memory to graduate from Temple Law School. I was able to focus much of my studies in trial work and evidence, as, there was no doubt I was going to be a trial lawyer. As you may know, Temple Law School has been ranked #1 in trial annually.
My life experiences have left me to be fearless in the courtroom. Upon opening my law firm in 2005, I immediately began trying cases to verdict in cases ranging in seriousness ranging from DUI to Murder. Unlike many lawyers, I have no fear of trial. At my age, with over 10 years of experience, I not only have the energy to fight alongside my clients, but the experience as well.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.